Electrical Systems Engineer

Electrical Systems Engineer

GE - General Electric

Barcelona, Spain or Nantes, France

Job Description Summary

The Fleet Electrical System engineer will provide technical leadership and system expertise on electrical systems to improve installed wind turbine fleet and meet customer requirements. You will act on all phases of product development, from requirements to development and validation.

You will be responsible for Electrical system conceptual design & design strategy, system level trade-offs, manage interfaces and ensure proper integration of different electrical subsystems. You contribute to design guidelines in order to continuously improve the product development and quality.

Job Description

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Conducts electrical components integration and interfaces. All activities that span multiple electrical components and are concerned with how to integrate for maximum performance and operability. Own responsibility of systems or tasks that require integration across different components or subsystems, such as electrical protections and safety, arc flash calculations, controls I/Os,
  • Manages product and electrical systems requirements, specifications and flow down.
  • Drives validation and verification activities for the overall product/system, including system level testing.
  • Responsible for driving CTQ/Risk trades within the teams designing the components.
  • Provides technical leadership on electrical design, participates to or establishes design guidelines and best practices and reviews electrical detail design & changes from a system perspective and according to GE design practices.
  • Responsible for complex assignments with long-term business implications, impacting the products’ technical success.
  • Lead electrical subsystem problem solving and risk mitigation activities.
  • Promote design for reliability and ensure the return of experience to the new product introduction & OTR teams
  • Effectively communicate and provide recommendations through analysis, preparation, and presentation of technical material to internal and external audiences

Qualifications

  • Master’s degree from an accredited university in Engineering
  • Minimum of 10 years of demonstrated experience working on electrical systems related projects, issues and/or technologies.

Desired characteristics

  • Proven ability to work in a cross-functional and global environment
  • System or product-level mindset and experience in engineering product development processes.
  • Ability to break-down complex issues, determine possible courses of action, and enable effective decision making
  • Field issues, test and/or validation experience
  • Effective problem identification and solving ability (RCA).
  • Highly knowledgeable on Electrical Auxiliaries (Power Supply & UPS, Electrical Cabinets, Instrumentation, Arc Flash Guard System, Fire Protection System, Lightning & Grounding System, , Vibration Monitoring System, …) and communication network
  • Strong technical aptitude, interpersonal skills, leading and influencing skills and a positive energy
  • Experience in wind Turbine Certification Processes and standards (IEC, CSA, ISO, CE, CCC, DIN, IEEE, NFPA, ULs)

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